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04/22/14

Tech bytes: Companies focus on revamping sites

A slew of new websites for companies including the International Gemological Institute, Mastoloni and Frederic Duclos are among the recent web developments in the industry. 

04/22/14

JFC’s ‘Rings’ event adds number of sponsors

Jewelers for Children announced that a number of big industry players have signed on to be sponsors for its 2014 Rings of Strength event in Las Vegas. 

04/22/14

In NYC, designer Ross shares secrets to success

Engaging in social media, participating in trade shows and developing a consistent campaign are among the factors designer Kara Ross attributes to her success. 

04/18/14

Saul Gottlieb, of Gottlieb & Sons, dies at 88

Saul Gottlieb, a Holocaust survivor who immigrated to the United States in 1948 and started his own diamond company, has died at the age of 88.  

04/18/14

US Antique Shows partnering with Polygon

Online trading platform Polygon will sponsor and have a presence at multiple U.S. Antique Shows this year and in 2015, giving attendees tours of the website and explaining membership opportunities. 

04/17/14

Supplier News: Suncrest’s ‘Radiant Orchid’ diamonds

A Utah-based company that specializes in treated colored diamonds is adding another hue to its palette: Radiant Orchid, Pantone’s 2014 Color of the Year. 

04/16/14

How much does doing business cost your store?

Jewelers of America is asking retailers to complete its annual Cost of Doing Business survey, which opened Monday and can be taken online. 

04/16/14

Diamond co. IDD partners for credit card program

Loose diamond supplier and jewelry manufacturer International Diamond Distributors is now providing retailers with a private label credit card service they can offer to customers. 

04/16/14

Retailer invites customers to brag about mom

Hamilton Jewelers has launched a digital contest to give consumers the opportunity to tell why their mother is the greatest and win her a Mother’s Day present. 

04/15/14

Alor ordered to stop selling Charriol-like jewelry

A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction barring Alor from selling jewelry that allegedly infringes upon Charriol’s cable trademarks and from publicly claiming that Charriol is being “rebranded” as Alor.